Lower Keys Offshore Fishing Report: June 16th-24th

Fishing in the Key’s never disappoints especially offshore. With barely a south wind the seas were less than a foot all week. Fishing around weed patches brings all the schoolies to the party. Throw out a handful of cut bait and watch them come running. Using light tackle spinning rods the Mahi will keep everyone on the boat occupied for hours. Legal limit is 20′ to the fork 10 per person. Capt. Nick
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Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report: June 16th-24th

It’s prime time fishing offshore out of Ponce Inlet. The bottom fishing has been busy, Amber Jacks are finally showing up regularly. Most fun way to catch them is with a speed jig on a spinning reel. Inshore you’ll find a healthy population of mutton and red eye snapper with the occasional trigger fish mixed in. If you like fishing live bait the grouper bite has been strong once you get away from all those pesky snapper. Capt. Nick
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Ponce Inlet Offshore Fishing Report: June 9th-17th

Mahi are still hanging around between 150 – 350 foot range. Water is getting warm, using a planer with a spoon or a diver lure will get them to come up to investigate your spread. If you don’t see weeds floating and want to blind troll try running a dredge with pink or blue lures. Lets hope they stick around for a few more weeks. Capt. Nick
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Ponce Inlet Fishing Report: May 5th-13th

The offshore bite has officially begun. Mahi are showing up in the 150 to 300 foot range. Look for color change and troll the temperature break at the edge. You will also find black fin tuna and sailfish mixed in. Sea witch rigged ballyhoo and green spoons seem to get the most bites. Amber jacks are starting to migrate over structure. Speed jigs and live pin fish work best. Also, Grouper season opened up May 1st.   Capt. Nick www.searokcharters.com
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